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Ambrose of Milan, venerated as Saint Ambrose, was a theologian and statesman who served as Bishop of Milan from 374 to 397. He expressed himself prominently as a public figure, fiercely promoting the Latin Church against Arianism and paganism. He left a substantial collection of writings, of which the best known include the ethical commentary De officiis ministrorum, and the exegetical Exameron [it]. His preachings, his actions and his literary... Read More

BornAurelius Ambrosius
c. 339
Augusta Treverorum, Gallia Belgica, Roman Empire (modern-day Trier, Germany)
Died4 April 397 (aged 56–57)
Mediolanum, Italia, Roman Empire (modern-day Milan, Italy)
EraPatristic Age


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